# ECON 133: GLOBAL INEQUALITY AND GROWTH (SPRING 2020)

This course provides an introduction to the analysis of economic inequalities and the interplay between inequality and economic growth. It deals with three sets of core questions: 1) How does inequality evolve over the path of development? 2) What are the theories that can explain the level of economic inequalities and its dynamic? 3) How do policies affect inequalities, and what types of policies can foster equitable growth? The course addresses these issues from a global and historical perspective

Lectures on Tuesdays 5.00pm-8.00pm, in 1 LeConte

Office hours on Wednesdays at 10am-12pm in 645 Evans Hall

Sections on Mondays and Wednesdays - see location and timing here

Syllabus including course overview available here

Lectures will be posted below

Course material (including exams, solutions, grade statistics) for previous year available here

## LECTURES

Updated as semester proceeds